Gentari and BMW Sign MoU For Green Mobility and Renewable Energy Collaboration in Malaysia

Malaysian clean energy solutions provider Gentari via its wholly-owned subsidiary, Gentari Green Mobility (Gentari), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with BMW Malaysia (BMW) to explore the implementation of green mobility services and solutions, as well as renewable energy deployment.

The parties said they will work to explore green mobility services, solutions, and infrastructure as well as renewable energy deployment.

Gentari, a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaysian oil and gas multinational group Petronas, and BMW are currently actively working together to explore potential collaborations in areas such as the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure at various facilities, mobile charging services, and deployment of joint renewable energy infrastructure in the Southeast Asian country.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with a prestigious automotive brand like BMW to expand the accessibility of green mobility services and solutions in Malaysia. Additionally, Gentari’s capabilities in renewable energy will also help to establish a more comprehensive green electron value chain and together, we can pave the way for a greener and more sustainable future,” said Shah Yang Razalli, Deputy CEO of Gentari & CEO of Gentari Green Mobility.

Since its introduction in June 2022, Gentari has rapidly expanded its green mobility network. To date, Gentari through its affiliated entities, has deployed over 160 charging points in Malaysia and over 170 charging points in India.

With a mission to be Asia Pacific’s most valued clean energy solutions partner by 2030, Gentari aims to capture over 10% market share of charge points and Vehicle-as-a-Service (VaaS) offerings, across key markets in Asia Pacific.